Online Shopping for Electronics, Apparel, Computers, Books, DVDs & more

Online shopping from the earth’s biggest selection of books, magazines, music, DVDs, videos, electronics, computers, software, apparel & accessories, shoes, jewelry, tools & hardware, housewares, furniture, sporting goods, beauty & personal care, broadband & dsl, gourmet food & just about anything else.

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Controversy Surrounding “Popular” Themes Exposes Weaknesses in the Algorithm

If you’ve ever wondered how the WordPress Theme Directory identifies and ranks the themes that display under the popular tab, you might be surprised to learn that it has nothing to do with ratings. Popularity is a somewhat subjective quality to measure in the first place, but has an algorithm in place to give users an idea of which themes are trending.

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The world’s longest trail will be completed next year with nearly 15,000 miles of paths – here’s what it looks like

Canada is going all out for its next birthday. In fact, you could say the country has been planning its celebration for 24 years. The Great Trail, an extensive network of paths that spans the country from north to south and east to west, is set to be complete by the end of 2017, the year of Canada’s 150th anniversary.

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How to Be a Great Community Leader, with Chris Lema

This week we’re joined by Chris Lema. Chris is a Product Strategist, a people manager, a speaker, and a blogger. He also works with companies to help them build better software products, run better software development teams, improve their marketing messages, and bring their products to market.

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Introducing the WCUS Speakers – Part 1

After reviewing hundreds of speaker applications, we’re thrilled to start introducing you to the 40+ fantastic speakers who will take the stage this year at WordCamp US! Without further ado, let’s greet the first round of WCUS speakers: Joost is the founder and CEO of Yoast, a geek by background having built his first website in 1994 at 12 years old, he became a marketeer by trade.

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Be Afraid Of HTTP Public Key Pinning (HPKP) – Smashing Magazine

Between October 21st and 25th, Smashing Magazine became completely unavailable for a majority of visitors. Visiting Smashing Magazine would give most returning visitors with a modern browser a security warning message like this: Some people would get a slightly different screen because of Smashing Magazines Service worker kicking in, and showing a placeholder “You’re Offline” message, but the underlying cause was the same: HTTP Public Key Pinning.

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WordPress and Web Development Communities Get Together to Help Non-Profits at Website Weekend LA

This past weekend, people from the web development and WordPress communities gathered in Los Angeles to attend Website Weekend LA. Organized by Alex Vasquez and Natalie MacLees, in association with the Los Angeles chapter of Girl Develop It, attendees helped non-profit organizations with their sites.

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Images of New MacBook Pro With Magic Toolbar Leaked in macOS Sierra 10.12.1

macOS Sierra 10.12.1, released yesterday, includes hidden Apple Pay images that depict the brand new MacBook Pro with an OLED touch panel that’s set to be announced by Apple on Thursday, October 27. In addition to confirming that such a product is in the works, the images give us our first full look at the redesigned MacBook Pro ahead of its launch.

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Data for Breakfast

The goal of data visualization is to transform numbers into insights. However, default data visualization output often disappoints. Sometimes, the graph shows irrelevant data or misses important aspects; sometimes, the graph lacks context; sometimes, it’s difficult to read. Often, data practitioners “feel” that something isn’t right with the graph, but cannot pinpoint the problem.

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Malicious WordPress Subdirectory Installs For SEO Spam

Remediating over 500 infected sites per day, we see attacks executed at varying levels of complexity. The tactics attackers use to compromise a site provide insight into their motives. Some write elegant code and cover their trails carefully, while others create simple attacks that can be applied broadly but aren’t well concealed.

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Build Landing Pages that Convert with These 3 Smart Steps – Copyblogger

It was May 2015, and I was sitting in the audience at Rainmaker Digital’s Authority Rainmaker conference in Denver, Colorado. Sonia Simone was about to give a presentation called “Dr. Evil’s Guide to Landing Page Design and Optimization,” and I was excited to learn from one of my personal copywriting heroes.

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Fearing Trump, Bar Association Stifles Report Calling Him a ‘Libel Bully’

WASHINGTON – Alarmed by Donald J. Trump’s record of filing lawsuits to punish and silence his critics, a committee of media lawyers at the American Bar Association commissioned a report on Mr. Trump’s litigation history. The report concluded that Mr. Trump was a “libel bully” who had filed many meritless suits attacking his opponents and had never won in court.

visit Nytimes Is Offering Free Access This Week to Its Library of More Than 5,000 Courses, a site that offers thousands of online training courses is giving everyone an opportunity to access any course they want for free. Dubbed the ” Week of Learning”, starting today and ending on October 30th, visitors can take any course they want without any strings attached.

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THE TOP COMPANIES WNW CREATIVES WOULD KILL TO WORK FOR FULL-TIME 2016 The freelancing movement continues to climb, now making up 35% of the U.S. workforce. That rising desire for freedom and variety only offers a more powerful barometer to see which companies are adapting to the modern climate and offering enough goods to attract the best creatives.


The Best 2016 Campaign Ad Is From A Race In Austin, Texas

Gerald Daugherty’s wife wants you to vote for her husband so she doesn’t have to hear him talk about politics 24/7. In what’s probably the funniest campaign ad this year, Charlyn Daugherty pleads with voters to re-elect her husband as a Travis County commissioner, because he’s driving her crazy by incessantly yammering about constituents’ concerns.

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eCommerce Security: What Online Store Owners Need to Know About PCI

Episode 36 is the third of four shows in a series on online eCommerce security. We talk with Dre Armeda, co-founder of, who is the sponsor for this series. In the first episode, we looked at the big picture of the state of online security and the risks and in show #2, narrowed that down to eCommerce and Security.

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WordPress REST API in Core — Draft podcast | Post Status

In this episode, Joe and Brian talk about the WordPress REST API and the core approval process Welcome to the Post Status Draft podcast, which you can find on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and via RSS for your favorite podcatcher. Post Status Draft is hosted by Joe Hoyle – the CTO of Human Made – and Brian Krogsgard.

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